SuperDeluxeEdition.com editor, Paul Sinclair, takes a look at Level 42: The Complete Polydor Years 1985-1989 10CD box set.
“Time To Let Go” is Mike Lindup’s first single from his forthcoming album Changes 2. Available on Knapdale Records now on all major digital platforms.
Released July 30, 2021.
Volume Two contains all the Level 42 albums from 1985 – 1989 in their original glory.
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Formed in the last embers of the 70’s Level 42 started as a Jazz Fusion band before embracing dance rock for which they would be best known.
• The band’s first single Love Meeting Love was released in 1980 to much critical acclaim which led to the debut album, the self-titled Level 42 which charted in the top 20.
• Throughout the 80’s the band released numerous albums and toured regularly building a large and devoted fan base – these early years are featured here
• Volume One contains all the Level 42 albums from 1981 – 1984 in their original glory.
Mark King and Mike Lindup talk to SDE about Level 42’s new 10CD box set, ‘The Complete Polydor Years 1980-1984’ > https://bit.ly/2PmqDCE
Mark has kindly donated this uniquely personal instrument to help raise funds for Pete Ray Biggin’s – Level 42’s drummer for those that don’t know! – Track23 Studios project. There is an ongoing crowdfunding campaign to raise the final funding to complete construction of the studios and provide an incredible resource for working musicians to create, produce and mix in a custom-built creative hub in Watford, UK. Please take a moment to visit the campaign, get involved and share across your social media 😊
Now, back to the raffle 😉
This is literally a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a unique piece of musical history. This is not just some factory bass — this is the original bass guitar made to Mark’s own personal specifications and was his go-to weapon of choice during the Level 42 Eternity Tour.
For fans of Mark King and Level 42 there can be nothing greater than personally holding (with reverence) and owning the actual bass guitar played by Mark on the 2018 tour.
You have one chance in a lifetime to own this incredible bass, and this is it.
Retroglide was released in September 2006 and the band embarked in an extensive European tour to support it. This concert was recorded at the New Theatre in Oxford on the 31st October, 2006.